Youth workers are appealing to Munich’s mayor to intervene after it emerged that city authorities were keeping most of the money paid to kids from a children’s home for their performances in a religious play in the Bavarian village Oberammergau.
More than 50 people were injured, nine seriously, on Tuesday when a train derailed after colliding with a car in the eastern German state of Saxony, police said.
Very soon, palm trees and exotic fruit will grow and flourish in a remote part of Bavaria known for its long winters. Christine Madden reports on the Klein-Eden project.
As young people in Germany have literally 'gone west', small business owners in Eastern states face a quandary: Who will they pass their life’s work on to?
Happy in Hamburg: People living in the northern port city are the most content Germans, according to a study published on Tuesday. While the eastern state of Thuringia has the grumpiest residents, overall the country is the happiest it's been in a decade.
German industrial giant Siemens refused on Tuesday to comment on a newspaper report that it had withdrawn about half a billion euros in cash from a French bank and parked it at the European Central Bank.
After their stunning success in Berlin’s recent state vote, Germany’s Pirate Party says it has a new ambitious goal: Entering the Bundestag after the 2013 federal election.
US President Barack Obama and German Chancellor Angela Merkel spoke by phone Monday to discuss the need for action on the eurozone crisis and the Middle East, the White House said.
The family of German World War II General Erwin Rommel is complaining that a planned film by public broadcaster Südwestrundfunk (SWR) doesn’t do enough to portray Rommel as an opponent of Hitler.
A large container ship nearly sunk in Hamburg’s port late on Monday after a crash into another ship that left emergency officials scrambling to contain the damage.
Google has bought German local bargain website DailyDeal as the internet titan seeks to expand its own local deals programme to users outside the United States.
Exberliner, Berlin’s leading English-language magazine, in September samples exquisite American coffee, tries out a new social network for artists, nibbles on Swedish candy and tours the city in style with a re-designed Rickshaw.